Hiking Alabama by Joe Cuhaj

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Hiking Alabama is a comprehensive guidebook that covers the best hiking trails in Alabama. The author, Joe Cuhaj, is a former radio broadcaster turned author and freelance writer who has a passion for hiking and exploring the natural beauty of Alabama. In this book, he shares his knowledge and experience of hiking in Alabama with readers.

The book is organized by region and includes detailed descriptions of each trail, including difficulty level, distance, elevation gain, and highlights along the way. The book also includes maps, photos, and practical information such as trailhead locations, parking, and camping options.

The main themes of the book are the natural beauty of Alabama, the diversity of its landscapes, and the accessibility of hiking trails for all levels of hikers. The book encourages readers to explore the state’s hidden gems and discover new trails that they may not have known about before.

What I Liked

I’m a sucker for hiking books – even for places that I will likely never hike. I picked this book up after hiking in the Cheaha Wilderness in the Talladega National Forest in Alabama. Alabama is not known as a hiking state, but it has some beautiful options, including the long distance Pinhoti Trail and the Sipsey Wilderness.

What I Did Not Like

Nothing – great book.

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